John G. James to Samuel Y. Ferguson Letter
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Copy of an April 7, 1927 letter from John G. James to Samuel Y. Ferguson about Andrew Jackson and the VMI (Virginia Military Institute) Cadets in the Civil War and about Charles A. James, a student at the University of Virginia, who served with Robert E. Lee.
The John G. James papers were given to the Virginia Military Institute by an ancestor in 1992.
- Creation: April 7, 1927
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John G. James was a real estate agent in Oklahoma in 1927. Brother of Charles A. James, a Civil War veteran.
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- Guide to the John G. James to Samuel Y. Ferguson Letter
- Finding Aid Authors: Anne Johnson.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English